Real Madrid head coach Zinedine Zidane has left Cristiano Ronaldo, Karim Benzema and Luka Modric out of his squad for the clash with Deportivo La Coruna.

With one eye on the upcoming FIFA Club World Cup in Japan, Zidane has elected to avoid risking the trio in Saturday night's Primera Division encounter at the Santiago Bernabeu.

And, with Gareth Bale facing a lengthy spell on the sidelines after recently undergoing an ankle operation, Zidane will field a frontline composed of reserve

A 15-year-old boy from Bulawayo’s Douglasdale suburb attempted to kill his entire family by poisoning food after his father reprimanded him for absconding school.

The boy who cannot be named for ethical reasons allegedly lost his cool and laced the soup which his mother left boiling with termic poison as a way of venting his anger and was spotted by his sister while in action.

The boy’s sister saw him opening the pot with boiling soup which was to be served to everyone in the

At least 4 500 Grade Seven pupils countrywide, the majority of them girls, dropped out of school this year after falling pregnant or getting married, Parliament heard on Thursday. Primary and Secondary Education Minister Dr Lazarus Dokora, however, told the National Assembly that the pupils were free to rejoin school at a later stage as young “mothers, wives, fathers or husbands”.

Presenting a Ministerial Statement in the National Assembly on Thursday, Dr Dokora said of the 329

Fresh from scooping an MTV Africa Music Video listeners choice award, Jah Prayzah, is not turning back as he really has his eyes set on conquering Africa. And with Maphorisa – the man behind hit tracks – Soweto Baby and DJ Tira’s S’funa Abo Chomi on the beat – music followers are guaranteed nothing but the best.

Prayzah’s collaboration with Tanzania’s Diamond Platnumz definitely put him on the continent’s map and now, if done correctly, the

President Robert Mugabe’s stone-broke government is heading for another big showdown with restive civil servants after both the nonagenarian and Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa doggedly chose to keep mum this week on salaries for December, as well as the promised year-end bonuses for government employees.

This comes as the edgy civil servants insisted yesterday that they were expecting to get paid both their December salaries and 13th cheques that Mugabe promised them in September

GAMBIA’S ruler of more than 22 years announced late Friday that he no longer accepts defeat in the country’s presidential election, reversing course a week after he conceded to his rival.

In a speech on state television, President Yahya Jammeh said that investigations since the Dec. 1 vote have revealed a number of voting irregularities that he called unacceptable.

“I hereby reject the results in totality,” he said in his address that aired late Friday. “Let

Its fishy business when a woman has an affair and is rewarded with fresh fish. That’s the case with a married Binga woman who began a se_xual liaison with her married neighbor. Ruth Siansale married to Trymore Mudimba fell in love with Moffat Muleya whose romantic gesture was to give her fish to take home whenever they had se_x. One silly day, 30 November this year, Mudimba came home unannounced to find Muleya huffing and puffing on top of his wife. What made it more painful is that all

A Zimbabwean who was shot in June in Botswana is still being detained in that country.

Bekezela Khumalo, from Lupane who is said to be partially paralysed due to the shooting, was recently released from hospital and detained by the police. A family spokesperson Mr Obvious Nyoni said Khumalo was detained at Mochudi Police Station in Gaborone after he allegedly over-stayed in the neighbouring country.

He said they had engaged the Zimbabwean Embassy in Botswana in an attempt to have him

Under-pressure Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa has painted a gloomy outlook for Zimbabwe’s struggling economy, steeply revising downwards the country’s 2016 growth prospects from the previously hoped for 2,7 percent to a mere 0,6 percent — as Zim’s political rot continues unabated.

However, Chinamasa said in his budget speech yesterday that the country’s dying economy would grow by an optimistic 1,7 percent next year, as Zimbabwe also grapples with the twin

A fatal road accident at Turnpike along the Harare-Bulawayo highway has claimed three Ministry of Sport and Recreation officials.

The driver of the Central Mechanical Equipment Department (CMED) (Pvt) Ltd chartered bus also died on Thursday.

The bus was on its way to Hwange, the hosts of this year’s Youths in Education (YES) Games which kick today (Friday) to December 13.

Images of the bus, landing on its roof, have been circulating on social media.

Source-Bulawayo 24

THREE police officers died on the spot while five people believed to be civilians were seriously injured when a Scania truck veered off the road and overturned along the Binga-Cross Dete Road on Wednesday afternoon.

The vehicle, branded in ZRP colours, landed on its roof in a ditch killing three on the spot.

Witnesses said the cops were travelling from Harare and used the Gokwe-Siabua road, which connects to Binga on their way to Hwange where they were stationed.

One of them is

KARIBA Dam has become a ticking time bomb that could cost lives and plunge the southern African region into darkness should the authorities fail to rehabilitate the dam wall of one of the largest man-made lakes in the world.

Zimbabwe is facing an energy deficit due to limited investment in the capital-intensive sector. As of Monday this week, the country was generating 883 megawatts (MW) out of peak demand of 2 200MW. Kariba hydropower plant generates 500MW daily, but experts say delays in

IN A bizarre case that left Mutare’s Dangamvura residents with their mouths ajar, a woman from Founders location unknowingly married another woman — thinking she was a man — slept with ‘him’ on numerous occasions, while he used a small pestle (mutswi) as ‘his’ manhood.

The cunning tomboy allegedly covered the black pestle with two condoms, switched off the lights each time they become intimate and always refused to be caressed by ‘his&rsquo

Jailed former Bikita West legislator Munyaradzi Kereke’s bid for freedom pending appeal against both conviction and sentence for raping his niece at gun point has today been thrown out by the High Court.

Justice Owen Tagu ruled that there were no compelling reasons to grant Kereke bail pending appeal.

Details to follow…

Source: Herald

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